Research Advisees


Current Advisees:

Doctoral Masters Undergraduates

Past Advisees:

Doctoral
  1. Adrian Marcus
  2. Michael Collard
  3. Huzefa Kagdi
  4. Maen Hammad
  5. Bonita Sharif
  6. Andrew Sutton
  7. Natalia Dragan
  8. Hakam Alomari
  9. Nouh Alhindawi
  10. Omar Meqdadi
  11. Abdulkareem Q. Alali
  12. Gregory DeLozier
  13. Saleh Alnaeli
  14. Abrar AlAbed AlHaq
  15. Nahla Abid
  16. Christian Newman
  17. Michael Decker
  18. Brian Bartman
  19. Basma Alqadi
  20. Naser Al Madi
  21. Reem AlSuhaibani
  22. Salwa Aljehane
Masters (Thesis)
  1. Zane Doleh, Stereocode: A Tool for Automatic Identification of Method Stereotypes, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, December 2021
  2. Corey Bryant, iTrace: An Infrastructure to Support Eye-Tracking Studies in Integrated Development Environments, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, August 2021
  3. Reem AlSuhaibani, Part-of-Speech Tagging of Soruce Code Identifiers Using Programming Language Context Versus Natural Language Context, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Dec. 2015.
  4. Daniel Mosora, Mosaicode: Supporting Software Evolution via Visual Exploration of Multidimensional Versioned Data, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Dec. 2013.
  5. Brian Bartman, srcQL: A Syntax-Aware Query Language for Exploring Source Code , M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Dec. 2013.
  6. Christian Newman, Normalizing Refactorings: Simplifying the Construction of Source Code Transformations, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Dec. 2013.
  7. Ryan Holeman, Identifying Programming Idioms in C++ Generic Libraries, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Graduated December 2009.
  8. Alice Lewis, A Case Study for a Lightweight Impact Analysis Tool, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, May 2009.
  9. Abdulkareem Q. Alali, An Empirical Characterization of Commits In Software Repositories, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. May 2008.
  10. Shehnaaz Dawoodi, Assessing the Comprehension of UML Class Diagrams via Eye Tracking, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. December 2007.
  11. Natalia Dragan, Method Stereotypes and their Automatic Identification, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. December 2005.
  12. Andrew Sutton, Accurately Reverse Engineering UML Class Models from C++, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. August 2005.
  13. Louis Feng, Source Viewer 3D – An Application Framework for Software Visualization, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. Graduated August 2003. Went on to Doctoral Program in Graphics at UC-Davis
  14. Huzefa Kagdi, Using an Island Grammar Approach forLightweight Parsing: A C++ to srcML Translator, M.S. Thesis, Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. May 2003.
  15. Greg Dunlap, Visualizing Object Oriented Software in a Virtual Reality Environment, M.S. Thesis, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated December, 2001.
  16. Bradford Smith, Combining Gene Splicing and Genetic Algorithms, M.S. Thesis, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. May 1999.
Masters (non-thesis)
  1. Anita Howald, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated: 5/2002
  2. Elizabeth Brooks, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated: 12/2001
  3. Andrian Marcus, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated: 5/2001
  4. Tony Colston, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated: 12/2000
  5. Zhijun Liu, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated: 8/2000
  6. Ravi Seetharam, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated: 12/1999
  7. Naveen Valluri, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated: 5/1999
  8. Sudarshan Dhrarmapuri, The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN. Graduated: 5/1999
Undergraduate Honors Thesis
  1. P. J. Leyden, Rendering UML Class Diagrams to Support Layout Design, Kent State University, Graduated 12/2019.
  2. Daniel Mosora, Towards a Quantitative Evaluation of Layout Using Graphic Design Principles, Kent State University, Graduated: 5/2012.
  3. Dylan Shearer, A Tool and Technique for Enforcing Constraints Between Documentary Comments and Source Code, Kent State University, Graduated: 5/2007 – co-directed with Dr. M. Collard (lead)
NSF Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU)
  1. Parker Higgins, Kent State University, (srcML) Summer 2022
  2. Joshua Behler, Kent State University, (iTrace) Summer 2020
  3. Praxis (Gabriel) Weston, Kent State University, (iTrace) Summer 2020
  4. Vlas Zyrianov, Kent State University, (iTrace) Fall 2018, Spring 2019
  5. Zachary Buchanan, Kent State University, (iTrace) Summer 2018
  6. PJ Leydon, Kent State University, (srcML) Summer 2016
  7. Kyle Swartz, Kent State University, (srcML) Spring 2016
  8. Tessandra Sage, Kent State University, (srcML) Fall 2014
  9. Daniel Mosora, Kent State University, (TraceLab) Summer 2011
  10. Christian Newman, Kent State University, (TraceLab) Summer 2010
Undergraduate (Independent Study or Research)
  1. Michael Hayworth, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021, Spring 2022
  2. Joshua Behler, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021
  3. Praxis (Gabriel) Weston, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021
  4. Michael Andrew Hayworth, Fall 2020, Spring 2021, Fall 2021
  5. Zachary Buchanan, Fall 2018, Spring 2019
  6. P.J. Leyden, Fall 2016, Spring 2017, Spring 2019
  7. Vlas Zyrianov, Spring 2017, SURE Summer 2017, Spring 2018
  8. Patrica Jordan, Spring 2017
  9. Logan Baker, Fall 2018
  10. Mitchell Fulton, Spring 2018
  11. Daniel Bevilacqua, Spring 2018
  12. Michael Garlak, Spring 2018
  13. Abdel-Hakeem Badran, Spring 2018, Fall 2018
  14. Thomas Taylor, Summer 2015
  15. Kyle Swartz, Spring 2015
  16. Ben Freeman, Spring 2015
  17. Tessandra Sage, Fall 2014, Spring 2015
  18. Yasmine Sadid, Fall 2012
  19. David Steinberg, Spring 2012
  20. Thomas Mullaly, Spring 2010
  21. Richard Hildebrand, Spring 2010
  22. Brian Bartman, Fall 2009
  23. Michael Lopez, Fall 2009
  24. Matthew Suhay, Summer 2009
  25. Edward Morrison, Spring 2009
  26. Christopher Tuttle, Spring 2009
  27. Rodney Johnston, Fall 2006
  28. Kyle Stemen, Fall 2004
  29. James Brundage, Fall 2004
  30. Howard Bandy, Spring 2003
  31. Robert Beck, Fall 2002

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